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    discuss the problem of the question. The last sentence of each developmental paragraph should conclude the main point. This usually implies an emphatic restatement of the attitude of the writer toward the problem. Step 4 Add the introductory and concluding paragraphs. Step 5 Proofread for inaccuracies...
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  • The Story of an Hour
    her surroundings and put many of her observations to words. There are valuable points of view outside the feminist monopoly of criticism on women's writers but these voices do not have force in this time of political correctness. Kate Chopin may have felt just as surprised by the stamp on her work as feministic...
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  • The Cask of Amontillado Analysis
    Introduction The Cask of Amontillado Edgar Allan Poe, an American short-story writer, essayist, and poet, published “The Cask of Amontillado” in 1846. It was his last, and some say greatest, short story. It’s a tale of revenge, murder, torture, and addiction set in a vast underground Italian catacomb...
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  • A Room of One's Own
    women as both writers of fiction and as characters in fiction. While Woolf suggests that, "when a subject is highly controversial-and any question about sex is that-one cannot hope to tell the truth," (Woolf 4) her essay is, in fact, a thought out and insightful reflection on the topic. The main point she...
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  • Comparison and Contrast of Two Literary Works
    enrich the actual being or even the self of a particular individual Americans. The poem reviews the aspects of freedom, from oppression, freedom of worship, different opportunities, as well as freedom of worship. In recognition of the Spanish form of influence, and also on credit of the land which was...
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  • The wild children
    the story by hearing the perspective of one person witnessing the story, instead of the main character who is in it all. By reading the story in third person, the reader would feel that Alex’s (the main character) feelings aren’t really being specifically told in the story. As the story is reaching its...
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  • Writers
    We all have our favorite writers. Many of them are using their own, original language that we like or don't. Very often basing on the language they use we can imagine their character and what kind of people they are or were. Their style of writing makes us be more familiar with them and with their books...
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  • Analysis of "The Happy Man"
    a well-known English novelist, short-story writer, playwright and essayist. William Somerset Maugham was born in Paris, educated at King’s school in Canterbury and studied to be a doctor at St. Thomas Hospital in England. He was one of the best known writers of his time as he was master of short stories...
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  • Mukcrakers 5.02
    that was an extension of Realism. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer?  -The main focus of the Naturalistic writer was the fringes society, the criminal, the fallen, and the down-and-out 3. American Realists believed that humanity's freedom of choice was limited by the power of outside...
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  • Comparison of The Museum of Mary Child and Alice in Womderland
    Good morning/afternoon. The focus is to compare the ways Golds and Burton express the need for escape and freedom in their characters. The novel The Museum of Mary Child written by Cassandra Golds, focuses on the mysterious and isolated life of a girl named Heloise. The 2010 version of Alice in Wonderland...
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  • Analysis of Rita Dove’s, “Daystar”
    Dove’s, “Daystar” “Daystar” by Rita Dove is an expressive poem, which centers on the main character, a young mother and wife, who internally struggles with her burdensome, daily duties, which creates a lack of freedom in her world.   Dove’s choice of words lets the reader empathize with her confined life...
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  • Narrative Devices and Structure in 'the French Lieutenant's Woman' and 'Our Country's Good'
    Writers often experiment with narrative devices and structures in order to challenge readers’ expectations of genre and their view of the outside world’ Compare and contrast your two texts in light of this comment Genre is generally defined as a category of composition, characterized by a number...
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  • Literary Terms
    or work of art; writers often make allusions to the Bible, William Shakespeare’s plays, Roman and Greek mythology, and major historical events or battles; when speaking, a person can make an allusion to someone or something (an indirect reference) 4. antagonist – the character who opposes the protagonist ...
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  • writers interest in society
    Writers have always been interested in the kind of society in which they live and have highlighted problems of behavior, hypocrisies, and inequalities that have existed.” Discuss this assertion referring to at least two works you have studied. “Writers have always been interested in the kind of society...
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    Freedom with a Time Limit By: Stephen Sarkis ENC1102 12/01/10 “The Story of an Hour” Essay Idell Mclaughlin The “Story of an Hour” written by Kate Chopin is a short story a very powerful story that touches the readers feelings as well as the readers mind. The story allows the reader to...
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  • Feminism in Anne Tyler's Novel
    advocacy of women’s rights movement fighting for equality in political, economic and social fields and for the advancement and emancipation of women. The main focus of feminism is on women's issues but it sometimes extends to men's liberation because it emphasizes on gender equality. The argument is that men...
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  • Dostoyevsky
    world literature, not only Russian literary growth. Merezhkovskii thought that the main difference between Dostoyevsky’s and Nietzsche’s “last freedoms” is that Dostoyevsky, growing “underground” ideas in his characters, but not completing them still tried to “grasp” onto Russian orthodoxy, while the...
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  • Critical Lens 11th Grade English
    John Steinbeck “It is the responsibility of the writer to expose our many grievous faults and failures and to hold up to the light our dark and dangerous dreams, for the purpose of improvement” Perhaps Steinbeck’s quote means, that the purpose of writer is to reveal ones faults and dreams for the goal...
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  • Consumerism
    representation for someone, to show to other people that he or she is a person who has a good wealth, even though perhaps, it is not. When appearance becomes a main thing for someone to declare their existence, many people are competing to look attractive and different from others. Expensive looking is one of many...
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  • Study Guide - English Terminology
    literature or art, a person or an event. Often an appeal to the reader to share some experience with the writer. An allusion may enrich the work by association and give it depth. When using an allusion, writers tend to assume an established literary tradition, a body of common knowledge, with an audience sharing...
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